Antarctica Ice Cap Growth Reaches Record High Levels (Photos)

The purple shaded area shows the record ice cap growth this year in Antarctica:

James Taylor a Senior Fellow from the Heartland Institute reported on the record ice cap growth in Antarctica on Hannity and Colmes this week. The video from this very interesting segment is posted HERE.

James Taylor sent this link to The Cryosphere Today, a website run by the University of Illinois. The website shows images of the record ice cap growth this year in Antarctica.
The Cryosphere Today reported:

The Southern Hemisphere sea ice area narrowly surpassed the previous historic maximum of 16.03 million sq. km to 16.17 million sq. km. The observed sea ice record in the Southern Hemisphere (1979-present) is not as long as the Northern Hemisphere. (meaning it has not been tracked as long as the North Pole) Prior to the satellite era, direct observations of the Southern Hemisphere sea ice edge were sporadic.

This is another view of the record ice cap growth.

This chart shows the Southern Hemisphere sea ice area in square kilometers from 1978 to today.

Don’t expect anyone to ask the Gorical about this or any of the nine errors in his film while he is in Europe.

Gates of Vienna list the Inconvenient Un-Truths.
(This post was bumped up.)

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